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Uber and the Future of the Gig Economy

United Kingdom - January 14 2019 Just before Christmas the Court of Appeal held that Uber drivers were “workers” and entitled to the minimum wage and to receive paid leave. This...


Employee Ownership

United Kingdom - October 8 2018 The world seems to agree that employee ownership is beneficial to business. Any idea that may unite the philosophy of Margaret Thatcher, the Shadow...


Dressing Down the UK Government's Dress Code Guidance

United Kingdom - August 1 2018 In May, the Government Equalities Office published so-called guidance on dress codes and sex discrimination. In terms of fatuity it is difficult to...


Why mediation trumps workplace mischief

United Kingdom - May 8 2018 Mediation of workplace disputes is rightly praised. It has many virtues. It is far more likely to preserve employment, it is less adversarial and...


What MeToo Means for Business

United Kingdom - March 13 2018 Sex has always had an appeal for headline writers. The fact that matters relating to sexual misconduct make the news is not news. It is doubtful...